Davee Media Library
The Bienen Contemporary/Early Vocal Ensemble performs an arrangement of Northwestern's "Alma Mater." This video premiered during the 2020 Virtual Convocation.
In The Branch Will Not Break (2015), Christopher Cerrone sets words of James Arlington Wright, whose raw poetry acknowledges despair and searches for meaning.
The Northwestern University Symphony Orchestra—together with the Bienen Contemporary/Early Vocal Ensemble, University Chorale, and Northwestern Alumni Choir in its performance debut—present Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony.
Three movements of Kile Smith’s The Waking Sun anchor this program, featuring the Bienen Contemporary/Early Vocal Ensemble and University Chorale, conducted by Donald Nally, Matthew Cramer, and Corey Everly.
Donald Nally conducts University Chorale and the Northwestern University Symphony Orchestra in David T. Little's Am I Born, with text by Royce Vavrek. The performance features vocal soloist Aryssa Burrs.
Donald Nally conducts the Northwestern University Symphony Orchestra and Bienen Contemporary/Early Vocal Ensemble in Judd Greenstein's My City, based on poems of Walt Whitman, in two parts:
Donald Nally conducts the Bienen Contemporary/Early Vocal Ensemble in the world premiere of Nicholas Cline's Watersheds, with tenor saxophone soloist Joseph Connor and vocal soloists Walter Aldrich, Olivia Prendergast,
The Northwestern University Symphony Orchestra, University Chorale and Apollo Chorus of Chicago join together for Sergei Rachmaninoff’s The Bells under the direction of Victor Yampolsky. This performance featured soloists Bahare